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Annick Press

It's Not All Black and White Book Launch

St. Stephen's Community House and Annick Press proudly celebrated the launch of the inspiring book, It's Not All Black and White on October 11, 2012 at at the Waterfalls Indian Tapas & Grill in Kensington Market. 

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Toronto Star

Youth Arcade Featured in the Toronto Star

The Toronto Star takes a look at United Way sponsored social service projects in Toronto, including St. Stephen's Community House's Youth Arcade. You can read the full article here

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CBC Radio: Metro Morning

It's Not All Black And White: Multiracial Youth Speak Out

Our latest little black book, It's Not All Black and White, was previewed on Metro Morning. 

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St. Stephen's Community House: 50 years - 1962 to 2012

38th Annual General Meeting

This year's AGM was the kickoff to our 50th Anniversay celebrations. 

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SNAP Toronto Central

SNAP profiles the Youth Arcade Exhibition at the Ingram Gallery

Original stories of loss were accompanied by new professional illustrations. 

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Doors Open Toronto

Doors Open at St. Stephen's

This year we joined in Doors Open Toronto.

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St. Stephen's Community House

Donor Appreciation Event

As a special thank you to our donors, we hosted our Donor Appreciation Event.

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Changing Spaces, Changing Lives: Capital Campaign

$1.5 Million Capital Campaign Goal Exceeded

Thank you to all of our donors who made our capital campaign such a success! We appreciate your gifts and pledges. Thanks to you, hundreds of children, youth and seniors are living healthier and more active lives. 

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Social Planning Toronto

Executive Director Liane Regendanz Receives the Frances Lankin Award

The inaugural Frances Lankin Community Service Award was presented to our very own Liane Regendanz. 

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CBC Radio: The Current

SSCH's Randy Heasman speaks on CBC radio

The changing job market in Ontario is particularly tough on young people, and many are leaving for better opportunities says SSCH's Randy Heasman on CBC's The Current. 

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